A new report explores how international cooperation projects have incorporated the SDGs in policy planning and implementation, focusing on multilateral development banks such as the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation, as well as the financial mechanisms of environmental conventions such as Green Climate Fund and the Global Environment Facility. It analyses different types of climate actions in terms of synergies and trade-offs with other sustainable development efforts, and compiles case studies illustrating good practices.
Global Governance and Sustainable Development: Revitalizing Research to Support Multilateral Solutions
On 20–22 June 2024, UNU will co-organize the Academic Council on the United Nations System Annual Meeting 2024.
TOKYO: This event will discuss the outcomes of COP28 and ways to engage youth in policymaking on climate change.
DUBAI & ONLINE: On 3 December, UNU will co-organize a COP28 high-level side event exploring circularity as a foundation for climate action.